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The first part of this article appeared in our August issue and dealt with Lubrication Organisation, storing and handling at The Steel Company of Wales. Since writing this the author informs us that a Supervisor has now been appointed at the Margam plant and he will build up a similar...
Members of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers recently visited the Park Gear Works of David Brown and Sons Huddersfield Ltd., and after touring the works, Mr Everest presented a lecture, of which the following is an abbreviated version.
The PakPrint method of drum marking is not new, but so many lubricating oil companies seem still to be using the old method of steenilling drums that we are giving a description of this efficient and simple method. A large proportion of our lubricating oil consumer readers will also be marketing...
The driving force behind the urge for everincreasing engine power is the desire for greatly increased speeds, particulary in military interceptor aircraft.
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